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EasyDNS accepts Dogecoin as payment and looks likely Dogecoin is gaining wider acceptance. EasyDNS was the first Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to accept cryptocurrency as a mode of payment.
Earlier in a statement, the company said it will continue its tradition of being a cryptocurrency trailblazer and accept Doge payments for all services.
The blog post said
We were the first ICANN registrar to accept Bitcoin, the first to accept Ethereum, the first to accept Litecoin, and now… DOGE.
Dogecoin cryptocurrency will certainly get a further boost, already it is rising fast on the market this week.
Elon Musk CEO of SpaceX has been a strong supporter of Dogcoin cryptocurrency. The post includes an Elon Musk tweet which says “Remember who was there first, again (and it wasn’t this guy).”
Already Dogecoin has witnessed a 400 percent surge in the past week and looks like such tweets and posts will certainly boost it even further.
Earlier in March NBA franchise Dallas Mavericks started accepting Dogecoin as payment for tickets and merchandise.
With this, easyDNS joins the list of companies that have warmed up to Dogecoin in the recent past. One of the first to do so was billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban, who announced in March that his NBA franchise Dallas Mavericks would accept Dogecoin as payment for tickets and merchandise.
CoinFlip, a cryptocurrency ATM provider, made Dogecoin available for purchase at 1,800 ATMs across 46 states in the US.
PornHub, an adult entertainment website added Dogecoin to the list of accepted cryptocurrencies along with Bitcoin, Ethereum, and more.
The future seems to be bright for Dogecoin and may be as successful as Bitcoin. Earlier this year Tesla started accepting Bitcoins as a form of payment. According to Elon Musk, the option to pay by Bitcoin for people outside the US will be available later this year.